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Wed, Jan 03

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Denver

Childhood Sexuality: What’s Normal?

Equips professionals and parents with vital skills for age-appropriate discussions of sexuality.

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Childhood Sexuality: What’s Normal?
Childhood Sexuality: What’s Normal?

Time & Location

Jan 03, 2024, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Denver, 1800 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80210, USA

About the event

This course at The Sexploratorium is designed for professionals and parents seeking guidance on navigating age-appropriate discussions about human sexuality with children. In a supportive and informative environment, participants will gain essential communication skills to broach topics such as consent, nudity, and boundaries. The curriculum covers understanding sexual response, fostering healthy attitudes towards touch, and distinguishing between appropriate and inappropriate behaviors. Through interactive discussions, attendees will leave equipped with the knowledge and tools to engage in open, honest, and respectful conversations about human sexuality with the young minds in their care. Join us in fostering a safe and nurturing space for children to explore and understand their own sexuality.

We’re Denver’s home for research-based, shame-free, embodied, and inclusive sex education.  Everything you should have learned in high school and more.  We believe sex education should be pleasure-focused and accessible to all!

About the Instructor:  Fawn O’Breitzman has been a college professor for over 20 years. She specializes in issues of Sex and Gender and presents at Transgender conferences all around the country. She does inclusion training for businesses and has worked with everyone from hospitals to construction yards to help companies make sure they are providing the best and most respectful care to their clients. She has been teaching child development at the college level for over 20 years and has two adopted children. 

Spaces are limited, so reserve your spot now.  Our classes are research-based and educational, but are not meant to replace expert medical advice or care.  All of our classes are for people 18 years of age and older.

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